Achieve Together is a national provider of accommodation and specialist support to people with a learning disability, mental health needs or acquired brain injury. By taking on a career with us, you will find your time being productive, enjoyable, and hard-working. But most of all, with a social care job, you will have a positive input into the lives of the people we support.
Our staff deliver high-quality, professional and compassionate care throughout the country, showing unconditionally positive regard to others.
We actively support and promote full integration within the community and an important part of your job will be to facilitate this process. It can be very challenging, but it is the most rewarding job you will ever experience.
We can offer a multitude of opportunities across the wide range of services we provide for those who seek an enriched and dynamic career path. Whether you wish to extend your experience and skills in different settings or would like to develop your leadership and management expertise.
You will be supported by an exceptional management team and encouraged to continuously achieve the best of your ability through blended learning and development opportunities throughout your career.
Q & A
How do I apply for a position at Achieve together?
Review our list of vacancies and apply for any that appeal to you. You will then go through a short registration process to give us your contact details and CV.
How will I know you have received my application?
Once you have completed your application online, you will receive an automated acknowledgement that your application is in process.
I’ve applied. What happens next?
Thank you for applying. If your application is successful we will contact you to have an initial telephone interview (approx. 15 mins). We will discuss your application in more detail and where we feel there is a good match, we will invite you to a face to face interview.
I haven’t worked in care before. Can I still apply to be a support worker?
Absolutely. Although it would be advantageous to have some experience of care work, it isn’t mandatory as we provide full training. What is important is that you have the right personality and attitude.
Do I need to drive as a support worker?
Not necessarily though it will depend on the vacancy. Some positions allow you to walk or use public transport within your role.
What hours will I work as a support worker?
Support worker hours vary between services. We do also try to be as flexible as possible to suit your preference and own circumstances. At the interview, we will ask about your availability.
I still have some questions…
That’s OK. Please contact us!